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Why we are attending COP28

We are attending COP28 to talk about our groundbreaking BECCS technology & to accelerate its introduction in Europe.

BECCS is crucial to achieving global climate goals
Negative emissions have been deemed by the UN’s climate panel IPCC as crucial to limiting global warming to a maximum of 1.5 degrees. Bio Energy Carbon Capture and Storage is one such way to create negative emissions.

We aim to be the largest supplier of negative emissions in 2027
Stockholm Exergi aims to be the first high-volume producer in the world of sustainable bio-energy CDR with permanent storage & the largest supplier of negative emissions in the EU, starting in 2027.

Supported by the EU Innovation Fund
EU support for Stockholm Exergi’s BECCS project amounts to EUR 180 million over 10 years – an important stream of revenue to help finance a full-scale facility and thereby accelerate BECCS’ implementation in the EU.

Seminar – Circularity, material and energy independence in the energy sector

Date: 9 December, Time: 11.00-11.40 CET

Europe is facing major challenges in the energy and heating sector, due to its dependence on Russian gas. Security of supply is an emerging issue, decarbonization and the green transition need to happen in order to reach the Paris Agreement of 1.5. At the same time, European countries are not using their resources to their full potential.

How far can we reach with modern sorting to maximize the circularity to reuse materials to a larger extent and how can we make use of the waste that cannot and should not be circulated? Could waste incineration with Carbon Capture and Usage or Storge be a solution?

Moderator: Emma Modéer Wiking

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Seminar – Getting to net-zero

Date: 5 December, Time 9.00-9.40 CET

A seminar at the forefront of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS). The EU and many private sector companies will rely on permanent carbon removals to meet their net-zero targets. Given the growing importance of these permanent removals, several key initiatives are moving forward within the EU, including the establishment of a framework for carbon credits and the development of a strategy for industrial carbon management.

The seminar will shed light on the increasing demand for carbon removal credits, discuss how permanent removals can support the achievement of net-zero targets, increase your knowledge of BECCS and place the technology in a larger European context.

Moderator: Anna Liberg

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Listen to Anders Egelrud’s thoughts before COP28: